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BERTH ANNOUNCEMENT: Elcie has a new dinghy – a 4.3m Wavebreak Dinghy built in Tahunanui near Nelson. She’s fast and fun and easy to spot – bright orange.

Elcie wins Line Honors in the Russell Boating Club’s 2014 Tall Ships Race! Read more…

Featured in Jan 2014 Opua Cruising Club’s Tell Tales … Elcie Expeditions

2014 ITINERARY Just Announced

ONLINE APPLICATION AVAILABLE NOW

Hear the LATEST ELCIE DIARY – “Elcie in the Cook Islands” on WAMU’s Coastal Connection

Visit Elcie’s CREW GUEST BOOK to read comments from recent crew.

Hear a monthly AUDIO DIARY from Elcie on WAMU/Metro Connection and WAMU/Coastal Connection around the first Friday of each month. The last installment aired on January 19th.

Hear an interview of Richard and Jessica with Bryan Russo on COASTAL CONNECTION on WAMU’s Ocean City Station 88.3

 

 

 

Read our Homeward Bound Highlights in upcoming Bluewater Sailing Magazine – BOAT SHOW ISSUE

Charter Spotlight in Mulithulls Magazine features Elcie- Download the Article Here

Elcie announces SOUTH PACIFIC VOYAGE as part of 2012/13 itinerary. More details HERE.

Elcie plays a role in Man Overboard Rescue…see  log entry.

Elcie is now eligible to Charter in U.S. Waters

Elcie has been granted a waiver to the Jones Act, a law prohibiting Coastwise Trade by Foreign-built vessels. As a New Zealand-built vessel, Elcie was prohibited from carrying passengers in U.S. waters. A 3-year waiting period was required for us to make an application. As of April 12, 2012 we are allowed to carry passengers between U.S. ports.

 

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2014 ITINERARY

COSTS AND DETAILS

 

LEG 1 • New Zealand – Rarotonga, Cook Islands

May 6 – 22, 2014 • 16 Days • 1900 NM

 

LEG 2 • Rarotonga – Palmerston – Niue – Tongatapu, Tonga

May 29 – June 12, 2014 • 14 Days • 1100 NM

 

LEG 3 • Tongatapu – Ha’apai – Vava’u – Niuatoputapu, Tonga – Apia, Samoa

June 19 – July 3, 2014 • 14 Days • 520 NM

 

LEG 4 • Apia – Savai’i, Samoa – Wallis & Futuna – Savusavu, Fiji

July 8 – 22, 2014 • 14 Days • 650 NM

 

LEG 5 • Lautoka, Fiji – Anatom – Tanna  – Erromango – Port Vila, Vanuatu

August 5– 17, 2014 • 12 Days • 540 NM

 

LEG 6 • Port Vila, Vanuatu – Lifou – Isle of Pine – Noumea, New Caledonia

Aug. 23 – Sept. 4, 2014 • 12 Days • 400 NM

 

LEG 7 • Noumea, New Caledonia – Brisbane, Australia

Sept. 11 – 23, 2014 • 12 Days • 800 NM

 

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